Breed Society Exhibitors
Beltex Sheep Society Beltex a leading terminal sire in which sires prime lambs with maximum k/o percentages. Distinctive double muscled hindquarters improves carcass.
Blackface Sheep Breeders' Association Blackface Sheep have three types to suit all types of farming.
Bleu du Maine Sheep Society Ltd Come along and see the pure Bleu and the Millennium Bleu. Such a versatile breed, offering every opportunity.
Bluefaced Leicester Sheep Breeders Association The Bluefaced Leicester the ONLY Sire of the "UK MULE" famous throughout the United Kingdom for it's prime lamb production
British Rouge Sheep Society British Rouge Breed Stand promoting Easily born – lively lambs that suckling quickly Prolific milky ewes Top quality flock replacements
British Texel Sheep Society A proven versatile breed, with fast growth rates and excellent carcass quality, sought by producers farming in diverse climates
Cheviot Sheep Society The Cheviot ewe suits a low input system, producing hardy lambs with quality carcases and much sought after breeding sheep.
Dalesbred Sheep Breeders Association Dalesbreds are hardy sheep suited to upland and lowland farms, producing quality carcass lambs for today’s market requirements
Dorset Horn & Poll Dorset Sheep Breeders' Association Dorset Horn/Poll Dorsets provide strong commercial traits, flexible enough to fit any farming enterprise, providing all year round lamb.
DUTCH SPOTTED SHEEP UK Official breed society for The Dutch Spotted Sheep
Easy Care Sheep Society The ultimate wool shedding, low maintenance prime lamb breed. Bred for ease of lambing, low costs and maximum meat production
HAMPSHIRE DOWN SHEEP BREEDERS ASSOCIATION The Hampshire Down - a native terminal sire breed delivering progressive genetics, superior growth rates and enhanced gross margins.
Herdwick Sheep Breeders' Association Limited Herdwick Draft Ewe - The affordable commercial option
Kerry Hill Flock Book Society Visit our stand to learn more about Kerry Hill sheep. A versatile breed suitable for all sheep keepers.
Lleyn Sheep Society The modern breeding ewe suitable for crossing with any terminal sire to produce lambs that the market wants
North of England Mule Sheep Association The UK's leading commercial sheep, capable of being bred from in her fist year, renown for producing quality fat lambs.
Oxford Down Sheep Breeders' Association An Oxford ram used on any commercial ewe produces excellent, fast-growing lambs that are hardy and vigorous at birth.
Rough Fell Sheep Breeders Association Rough Fell Sheep are one of the three breeds of sheep native to Cumbria being one of the largest.
Roussin Sheep Society Hardy, milky, easy lambing ewe - excellent for ewe lambs. "The Breed You Need"
Scotch Mule Association A cross-bred, full of hybrid vigour, outstanding maternal genetics, bred from the Scottish-Blackface ewe and sired by a Bluefaced Leicester.
Shetland Sheep Society Less Input More Output. Increase your Profits without increasing your costs. Good Wool, Good Meat, Good Sense
SWALEDALE SHEEPBREEDERS' ASSOCIATION ENGLAND'S PREMIER HILL SHEEP BREED MOTHER OF THE CELEBRATED NORTH OF ENGLAND MULE
The British Berrichon Sheep Society Berrichon, easily lambed - ideal for first time lambers, hardy, easily fattened off grass without the need for concentrates.
The British Dorper Sheep Society Dorpers - hardy, fleece shedding, breed year round, prolific milkers, producing fast growing lambs, quality carcasses, succulent meat.
Wensleydale Longwool Sheep Breeders' Association The Wensleydale Longwool Sheep Breeders Association is the official body governing the promotion of the Wensleydale breed.
Whitefaced Woodland Sheep Society Whitefaced Woodlands are large and hardy hill sheep, distinctive and economically viable, whether bred pure or as commercial crosses
Zwartbles Sheep Association Large framed, prolific, milky, maternal sheep with fast growth rates and low fat carcasses. Characteristics also desirable for cross breeding’.